Last week, our first ever Twitter Party was an MVP themed one: We hosted 5 Microsoft MVPs and talked about how to #StayCurrent. But one of the great aspects of hosting such an event is not only the nuggets of knowledge expelled by these MVPs, but the community engagement. Some questions that were left unanswered during the party can be found here— but take a look at some of the genius commentary and advice provided by our audience, some of whom are also MVPs!
Steve Thompson has been a Microsoft MVP since 1995 and his blog is an excellent resource to reference for all things ConfigMgr and SQL. Along with links to other helpful content, Steve provides his years of experience in easily digestible blog posts. Because of Steve’s helpful commentary, participants like Julie provided excellent assets, too:
One of our hosts, Johan Ardiwmark made this comment, “How important is it to have a lab environment for ConfigMgr?” which was a jumping off point of discussion: